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... tainted the most famous view of the surroundings. It was again sat within really nice gardens we could walk around but we didn't stay long as our waterproofs were equally failing us. With evidently commission on the cards, the driver had hoped to take us to lunch at a restaurant he knew but after quoting prices, we asked for a cheaper one on the way. We stopped in to a middle of the road place that was full of tour buses and for the cheapest things on the menu. ...
... we are pulled over because we are western! Hubby pulls out all the correct documentation including international driving permit and we are quickly waved on our way. We headed down to the rebound party capital of Bali called Kuta and it's horrendous it's worse than Aiya Nappa or any of those party places even Cheweng on Samui or Haad Rin on Koh Phagnan, so we just head to the beach for a quick look and couple photos and get back on the bike. Within another half hour I'm ...
... night. I know there's a huge nightlife in Kuta, but I just couldn't be ***** to check it out. I spent the night organizing my stinky clothes and trying to figure out my plans for the rest of my time here - I tried to do Indo without a plan, but who am I kidding, you all know I love itineraries! As of now I am writing this on the plane over to Flores, and I still don't have a plan. I love itineraries, but I've flip flopped again and have decided to go with the flow and see what happens ...
... Garden Buffet which was only 50,000 Rp (£2.50) for a massive BBQ Buffet. Absolutely amazing. the place is cheap though, massage's for £4, meals for under £1. You can't go wrong.
From Kuta we are going to do a road trip on the Scooter up to Ubud and further. We'll see where it takes us.
Stress of the Week: Trying to avoid getting pulled over from more police!
Worried if I killed that poor snake.
Tour day! Lucky us; we ended up getting our own personal driver to take us around for the day. The itinerary consisted of:
The Holy Spirit Temple- Built around a natural water spring, the Balinesians use this area to wash away their impurities.
Satria coffee and tea plantation- One of our favourite stops of the day. This small coffee and tea plantation produces their coffees and teas the old fashion way; hand picking, roasting over a fire and grinding by a large ...